I bought TurboTax for Home and Business, directly from Intuit. I do it every year. I operate a business and issue a 1099-MISC for royalty payments to an individual. Using Quick Employer Forms is great, because I can prepare the 1099-MISC and file it electronically with the IRS. BUT this year, when I log into the Quick Employer Forms with the email account and password used to buy TurboTax, the web site says that I need to buy TurboTax. Talk about a Catch-22 - - I have the program and am being directed to buy the program. How do I get off this merry-go-round and get to the list of forms, so I can file the 1099???
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Turns out that the best way to accomplish the task is to use a link on the opening page of TurboTax, before opening a file. Click the link at the bottom and it carries you directly to the forms - without having to log in again.